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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has an unusual student disciplinary system. Although other schools sometimes involve students in disciplinary proceedings, UNC's "Honor Court" is entirely student-run and student-led.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has an unusual student disciplinary system. Although other schools sometimes involve students in disciplinary proceedings, UNC's "Honor Court" is entirely student-run and student-led.
 
There was an interesting discussion at this month's Beaufort County Commissioners meeting on the continuing controversy over the Economic Development program in the county.
There was an interesting discussion at this month's Beaufort County Commissioners meeting on the continuing controversy over the Economic Development program in the county.
 
On July 17, 2012, North Carolina will have run-off elections (officially the 2nd Primary) for a number of State offices in which neither candidate received in excess of 40% of the vote.
On July 17, 2012, North Carolina will have run-off elections (officially the 2nd Primary) for a number of State offices in which neither candidate received in excess of 40% of the vote.
 
A couple of weeks ago in looking at the latest county budget recommendation coming out of the Office of the County Manager, I offered up some comments about the Rte. 17 lobbyist, questioning the amount of money we are spending on the activity and the results that have been achieved.
A couple of weeks ago in looking at the latest county budget recommendation coming out of the Office of the County Manager, I offered up some comments about the Rte. 17 lobbyist, questioning the amount of money we are spending on the activity and the results that have been achieved.
 
Beginning June 6, Food Lion stores will exclusively carry specially designed Children's Miracle Network HospitalsŪ Kellogg's Frosted FlakesŪ, Pop-TartsŪ and Cheez-ItŪ boxes. Kellogg will donate $1 to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals for every four boxes sold, up to $50,000.
Beginning June 6, Food Lion stores will exclusively carry specially designed Children's Miracle Network HospitalsŪ Kellogg's Frosted FlakesŪ, Pop-TartsŪ and Cheez-ItŪ boxes. Kellogg will donate $1 to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals for every four boxes sold, up to $50,000.
 
WITN is reporting on a drug bust altercation Wednesday evening in Washington. Reports are that the Beaufort Sheriff's Narcotics squad was conducting an undercover operation when officers reported the observed what appeared to be a "drug transaction" on Van Norden Street.
WITN is reporting on a drug bust altercation Wednesday evening in Washington. Reports are that the Beaufort Sheriff's Narcotics squad was conducting an undercover operation when officers reported the observed what appeared to be a "drug transaction" on Van Norden Street.
 
Carteret County Republican activist Jessica Hult had an eye-opening experience as a delegate to the recent NCGOP convention in Greensboro:
Carteret County Republican activist Jessica Hult had an eye-opening experience as a delegate to the recent NCGOP convention in Greensboro:
 
My new book Our Best Foot Forward, which comes out on Monday, analyzes the biggest problems facing North Carolina's economy and offers a 10-point plan for addressing them.
My new book Our Best Foot Forward, which comes out on Monday, analyzes the biggest problems facing North Carolina's economy and offers a 10-point plan for addressing them.
 
The below reports are from Jessica Hult and Jenny Cooper both of whom attended the NCGOP Convention last weekend and handed out the attached flyer. Both were approached and questioned (grilled?) about the flyer. Below they report their experiences.
The below reports are from Jessica Hult and Jenny Cooper both of whom attended the NCGOP Convention last weekend and handed out the attached flyer. Both were approached and questioned (grilled?) about the flyer. Below they report their experiences.
 
Donald Simpson, 65, a resident of 817 N. Bonner St., Washington, and formerly of Chesapeake, Va., died Saturday, June 2, 2012.
Donald Simpson, 65, a resident of 817 N. Bonner St., Washington, and formerly of Chesapeake, Va., died Saturday, June 2, 2012.
 
The campaign finance trials of two associates of and fundraisers for Gov. Bev Perdue have been placed on hold until a state appeals court can rule on motions filed by both defendants.
The campaign finance trials of two associates of and fundraisers for Gov. Bev Perdue have been placed on hold until a state appeals court can rule on motions filed by both defendants.
 
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